Early Bird Registration at the Design Bloggers Conference

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~By blogger Madeleine DiSalvo

A new year is about a fresh start, so why not bring fresh ideas to your blog? The second annual Design Bloggers Conference is around the corner. There will be opportunities to actively participate with interior design industry leaders to learn about upcoming trends and new medias such as blogging and social networking within the design industry. It is a two-day conference from February 26-28th at the historic Millennium Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles.

The conference specifically focuses on the interest of bloggers in the field of interior design. It offers sessions on how to inspire your audience with information through multiple platforms and take advantage of varying business models. As we all know, advertising is a key to success. This conference is a great way to create connections for the future. It will give you access to potential advertisers and a network of leaders in the interior design blogging world.

The conference website gives an in depth list of the speakers that are planning to attend. These include Martyn Lawrence-Bullard, Bunny Williams, Tobi Fairley, Jason Oliver Nixon and many more. You can check out their official list to see for yourself. You’ll also have the chance to see the latest innovations from sponsors Design Sherpa, Duralee, Sub-Zero/Wolf, One Kings Lane, Currey & Company, Jenn-Air, Sunbrella, Wayfair, Joss & Main, Wesley Hall, Waterpik, Schumacher, Larson Juhl, Amy Howard at Home, Hinkley Lighting, and Hunter Douglas.

Last year’s conference sold out and they were forced to turn interested bloggers away. Register today and save $100 with the Early-Bird Special. If you’re planning on going we recommend that don’t miss out on this opportunity!


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